Accreditation

The MICH Diploma Program provides you with what you need to be professionally accredited internationally.

The MICH Diploma Program meets and surpasses the requirements of ALL associations licensed to provide professional homeopathic accreditation internationally; for example the International Council of Classical Homeopathy (ICCH), the Syndicat professionnel des homéopathes du Québec (SPHQ – the official association representing the ICCH in the province of Quebec), the Council of Classical Homeopathy for accreditation in the US,  and the European Council of Classical Homeopathy (ECCH).  The Program also exceeds the requirements set forth by the College of Homeopaths in Ontario. Our teachers are active members of the College and every one of our graduates who applied was readily accepted into the order.

Here is a sampling of accrediting and validating organizations that recognize MICH for the quality of its education.

In the province of Quebec

The MICH program meets the educational guidelines set by the Syndicat professionnel des homéopathes du Québec (SPHQ), the official professional association for homeopaths in the province of Quebec. MICH is also a member of the SPHQ. Students wanting to practice in the province of Quebec are strongly encouraged to apply for membership with the SPHQ as soon as they begin their program. Graduates from the MICH program are automatically accepted into professional membership. MICH graduates who are practicing members of the SPHQ receive the title D.Hom.

The MICH program meets the educational guidelines set by the Association RITMA: Regroupement des Intervenants et Thérapeutes en Médecine Alternative. RITMA is well known for its staunch guidelines and requirements for its members, which protects the public at large and also establishes the credibility of our professionals. We’re very proud that MICH graduates of our full diploma program who are practicing members of RITMA are recognized with the title of ND.

The MICH program meets the educational guidelines set by the ANPQ: The Quebec Association of Professional Naturopaths. As one of the most recognized associations in Quebec and Canada, it has been ensuring high standards of practice for complementary and alternative medicine practitioners since 1971.

The MICH program and school has been examined and validated by Le Societé de formation et d’éducation continue (SOFEDUC). Hours of study at MICH are eligible for Continuing Education university or college credits.

The MICH program meets the educational guidelines set by the Association nationale des naturopathes (ANN) – National Association of Naturopaths (NAN), and MICH is an accredited school with this association. In the absence of a professional order overlooking the practice of naturopathy in the province of Quebec, the National Association of Naturopaths follows the guidelines set forth by the World Health Organization.

In the United States

Students wanting to practice in the United States after graduation are encouraged to apply to the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CHC), the officially recognized board for accreditation in the US. The MICH clinic is supervised by accredited members of the CHC. MICH has designed the course materials to focus on the knowledge criteria set by the CHC to prepare you for the qualifying exams.

The homeopathic training offered by MICH meets and surpasses CHC standards. After graduation, MICH students can submit their cases which are in the format required by the CHC. Members practicing in the United States and passing the criteria set by the CHC receive the designation CCH after their name.

In North America

Once accepted to the CHC, graduates can then apply to the North American Society of Homeopaths (NASH) for professional membership. MICH is a member and supporter of NASH, and the MICH program is recognized by NASH.

In Europe

The MICH program is recognized by The European Council of Classical Homeopathy (ECCH), where MICH faculty participated in revising the international educational standards for homeopathy in 2010. MICH graduates who are members of the SPHQ are also practicing members of ECCH.

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